I am trying to do a small IOT study with Azure. But I am getting the following err.
Could you please share your thought on how to overcome this.
Glad if you can share your sample azure-iot.conf.
The IoT Hub host SarmaIOTStudy.azure-devices.net is not resolvable. Verify that thecxserver.protocol.hubName configuration matches an IoT hub name in the Azure Console
You must create an IoT hub in Azure with a name that is globally unique, not just unique for your account. The name must be between 3 and 24 characters, lowercase alphanumeric (no underscores)
Thanks for the quick response.
I have set up an IOT HUB in Microsoft Azure already under Free trial.
Please find the attached screenshot of my Azure and Azure-IOT.conf file.
Could you please share the your conf file.
The name you are using for your Azure IoT hub will not work because it has capital letters.
Try creating a new IoT hub that uses all lower case letters and is between 3 and 24 characters long
I have created a new hub with all lowercase "sarma2468iot1357unique"
But still I see same issue.
Please suggest or glad if you share a sample.
To configure your azure-iot.conf file:
hubname is found in Azure under: All Resources > your hub > Settings > Properties > NAME
eventHubName is found in Azure under: All Resources > your hub > Settings > Built-in endpoints > Events > Event Hub-compatible name
Theses two names are sometimes the same name
As you have suggested, I have rechecked the HUBNAME and EVENTHUBNAME.
They are correct in my azure-iot.conf file, but still I am getting the error.
Its quite frustrating to see this error for so long and I am unable to fix the issue.
Please suggest what else could you be the reason.
Attached is my working config file for an Azure IoT hub named: alsdevtesthub
Can you ping your hubHostname? If you can not ping it there is a networking our Azure issue
Thanks for the constant support.
This is the first time I am doing cloud related setup
Could you please help me how to ping to hubHostname?
Open a command window and type the command ping followed by the host you want to test. Below you can see Google responding.
I also tried pinging your IoT hub and I got a domain resolution to an IP address which is a good sign it is set-up, but it did not respond. I don't know if the free Azure account allows IoT hubs, or if there is some network restriction on the Azure side that prevents me from connecting